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Question number: 146

» General Science » Plant Life

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Which part of the dandelion they can be carried easily by the wind?

This image shows the figure of dandelion flower

This Image Shows the Figure of Dandelion Flower

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Q

b.

R

c.

P

d.

All of the above

Question number: 147

» General Science » Human Body

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Lack of vitamin ‘A’ in the food causes the disease:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Scurvy

b.

Rickets

c.

Anemia

d.

Night blindness

Question number: 148

» General Science » Plant Life

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Study the diagram below.

This picture shows the seed to germinate

This Picture Shows the Seed to Germinate

Which of these factors are required for the seed to germinate?

This image shows the factors are required to grow the seed

This Image Shows the Factors Are Required to Grow the Seed

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Only P, Q and S

b.

Only P, Q and R

c.

Only P, R and Q

d.

Only P, R and S

Question number: 149

» General Science » Plant Life

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Different types of fruits have different adaptations for dispersal of seeds. The diagram below shows some fruits of the pod type.

This diagram shows the fruits of the pod type

This Diagram Shows the Fruits of the Pod Type

How are seeds in these fruits dispersed?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

By animals

b.

By water

c.

By explosion

d.

By wind

Question number: 150

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Observe the figure given below.

This image shows the ginger

This Image Shows the Ginger

It reproduces from

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The buds on the leaf.

b.

The buds on the root.

c.

The seeds.

d.

The buds on the stem.

Developed by: